GE 41487 - 35 Watt - MR16 - ConstantColor Precise - Flood - Glass Face - 4,000 Life Hours - 24 Volts
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GE 41487 - 35 Watt - MR16

ConstantColor Precise - Flood - Glass Face - 4,000 Life Hours - 24 Volt

 
The GE ConstantColor Precise 41487 MR16 halogen flood lamp operates at 35 watts and 24 volts. It features the exclusive ConstantColor reflector coating to ensure a consistent, crisp white light throughout its 4,000-hour rated life. The bulb has a 2-pin GU5.3 base, pins spaced 5.3 mm apart, and a beam angle of 40 degrees. With a warm white 2950K color temperature, this flood lamp is perfect for contractor, healthcare, and office lighting.

Features

Features and Benefits

  • Extra long 3000 to 6000 hour life
  • Designed to control UV without reducing light output
  • Reflector coating assures consistent white light with no color shift

  • Only GE ConstantColor PRECISE MR16 lamps, with the exclusive ConstantColor reflector coating, delivers consistent white light over their rated life. Crisp white halogen light provides dramatic accents and highlights. Colors appear rich, vibrant and natural. Ordinary MR16 lamps can produce a murky, green light as they age, discoloring lighted objects.

    GE’s exclusive ConstantColor coating means no light loss due to coating degradation. The result is over 90% maintained light output over life. The GE ConstantColor coating withstands the test of time.

    Specifications

    Stock Code:  MR16CG-41487G
    Family:  ConstantColor Precise
    UPC:  043168414876
    Voltage:  24
    Bulb Color:  Clear
    Bulb Type:  Halogen
    Color Temperature:  2950 Kelvin
    Diameter:  2 in.
    Life Hours:  4,000
     
     
    Brand:  GE
    Part No.:  41487
    Wattage:  35 Watt
    Beam Angle:  40 Degree
    Bulb Shape:  MR16
    Base Type:  GU5.3
    Length:  1.87 in.
    Face Type:  Glass (Covered)
    Case Quantity:  10
     

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by this product is hard to find this is an odd lightbulb because the voltage is odd. most lightbulbs are 12 volt...this is a 24 volt. must have 24 volt for fixture and not easy to get. they are also very expensive. October 5, 2011
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